This blueberry basque burnt cheesecake topped with blueberry glaze and extra blueberries is not only pretty, it’s ultra delicious!
It’s amazing how peanut butter levels up the burnt cheesecake, I love the crunchy bits of peanuts as I bite into the creamy cheesecake, indulging in the aromatic nuttiness of the peanut butter.
Here’s a healthy and delicious dessert using the versatile taro and tofu as a base, added with purple sweet potato to give it a pretty pop of purple. It’s free of dairy, gluten, and refined sugar and requires no eggs, flour, nor baking.
This lychee rose basque burnt cheesecake has a distinctive tropical fruity and rose flavour and is best served chilled. It’s deceptively easy to make.
Basque burnt cheesecake by its name appears burnt and caramelised on the outside but is creamy and rich on the inside. It’s incredibly fuss-free easy to make with very simple ingredients.
This Dark Chocolate 2-Layer Basque Burnt Cheesecake is a rendition of the humble world-famous cheesecake. Beautifully caramelized on the top, soft creamy and chocolatey in the center, this is easily the yummiest AND easiest baked cheesecake to make ever!